Former Dundee and Motherwell star Tom Hateley has admitted that he doesn’t know if Steven Gerrard would ever consider selling Glen Kamara – and insists the Rangers midfielder is “destined for the top.”
Hateley, son of Ibrox icon Mark, played with Kamara at Dundee and lauded Kamara’s move to Govan as an “absolute bargain” with the Finn quickly becoming a key player for Rangers.
Kamara recently made his 75th appearance for the Gers but, despite potentially making a “massive profit” if they sold the midfielder, Hateley thinks he’ll be a Rangers player for a long time to come.
“In my opinion, Rangers snapped Glen up for an absolute bargain in what they paid for him,” Hateley told the Daily Record.
“From a business point of view, if you look at what they paid for him and what they could get then they could make a massive profit.
“I don’t know if Rangers would even consider selling him because he has turned into one of the mainstays in Steven Gerrard’s team.
“He is also playing for Finland, doing well and heading to the Euros and that is great to see because Glen has shown he is destined for the top.”
Kamara’s performances for the Gers have seen him become a key part of Steven Gerrard’s side as he dictates the tempo in midfield and allows others to contribute in attack.
There have been a host of clubs credited with an interest in Kamara since his move to Rangers and the Gers would have every right to be looking for a huge fee for his services.
It seems unlikely that Rangers are going to want to sell him though and it is going to take a ridiculous offer to force the Gers’ hand and allow Kamara to move on.